Australian Firefighters’ 2024 calendar fires up and promises a year to remember

Press Release: Australian Firefighters Calendar

The wait is over… the world’s most popular calendar is back. The highly anticipated year 2024 Australian Firefighters Calendar has just been launched and is now in its 31st year of production. The annual photoshoot brings together Australia’s favorite heroes and animals to create the world’s most iconic calendars.

Since its launch in 1993, the calendar has donated more than $3.4 million to charities across Australia. The calendar’s proud history of supporting animal sanctuaries and Australian wildlife in the past will continue in the future. The donations will once again benefit Australian rural firefighters and children suffering from cancer.

The Australian Firefighters Calendar can be found on the walls of supporters in over 90 countries around the world. Calendar firefighters are in high demand to appear in some of the most popular TV shows and magazines around the world. From Germany to Taiwan to the USA, the calendar’s firefighters are using their popularity to continue the message of Australia’s conservation.

Over 25 Australian firefighters came together for a monthly photo shoot to create 6 vintages this year. Firefighters from the Air Force, Army and City Fire Services have once again created the most talked about calendar photos for the 2024 editions of the Australian Firefighters Calendar.

Each month of the calendar’s six different editions reveals a different firefighter and his heart-warming bond with some of Australia’s most adorable animals. From cuddly koalas to playful kittens, these images capture the compassion these firefighters show in and out of uniform.

Due to strong demand for past editions, dog, cat, horse, mixed animal and classic calendars will return this year. New to the calendar collection for 2024 will be the “Hero” calendar. This issue features action shots of our handsome firefighters doing what they do best.

To repay the support shown by our American fans, the Australian Firefighters Calendar will continue to support American charities for the third year in a row. The Rescue Rebuild program is Greater Good Charities’ shelter renovation program. This year, the Florida Wildlife Project in Fort Lauderdale will receive a grant to rebuild their turtle enclosure.

As with all our wildlife projects, these projects aim to give wildlife facilities the ability to better care for their animals and increase their life-saving capabilities. Supporting turtle rehabilitation helps to protect a keystone species and the many other species that benefit from their survival. Many other animals use old tortoise burrows for their own survival, so there are many benefits to gopher tortoise conservation.

“Greater Good Charities is extremely grateful for the continued support from the Australian Firefighters Calendar! Funds raised from calendar sales will support the renovation of a wildlife rehabilitation facility as part of our Rescue Rebuild program this November. With this generous donation, this facility will be able to care for more animals and protect endangered species that are vital to our ecosystem,” said Zach Baker, Vice President of Pet Programs, Greater Good Charities.

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